Boudin At The Wharf

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  • Address: 160 Jefferson St, San Francisco, CA 94133, United States
  • Timings: 11:30 am - 07:30 pm Details
  • Phone: +1415-9281849
  • Time Required: 01:30 Hrs
  • Tags: Museums, Food And Drinks, Bakery

The franchise, famous for its sourdough French bread, was first established in 1849. The bread has something of an ionic status in California. Though this is not the first bakery of the franchise, it is probably the most popular, thanks to its location of Fisherman’s Wharf. That’s why it’s now the flagship location. As for the bread itself – yummy! Expensive though. Try dropping in for late breakfast, rather than for lunch or dinner. There’s also a small museum on site narrating the history of the bakery.

Boudin At The Wharf Travel Tips

  • Washrooms aren’t always available.

How to Reach Boudin At The Wharf

  • Streetcar line F stop Jefferson St & Taylor St
  • Bus 47 stop North Point St & Mason St

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  • Boudin At The Wharf Address: 160 Jefferson St, San Francisco, CA 94133, United States
  • Boudin At The Wharf Contact Number: +1415-9281849
  • Boudin At The Wharf Timing: 11:30 am - 07:30 pm
  • Time required to visit Boudin At The Wharf: 01:30 Hrs
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  • 3.85% of people who visit San Francisco include Boudin At The Wharf in their plan

  • 66.67% of people start their Boudin At The Wharf visit around 4 PM - 5 PM

  • People usually take around 1 Hr 30 Minutes to see Boudin At The Wharf

Thursday, Friday and Saturday

83.33% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Boudin At The Wharf

People normally club together San Francisco Public Library- Main and City Lights Booksellers And Publishers while planning their visit to Boudin At The Wharf.

* The facts given above are based on traveler data on TripHobo and might vary from the actual figures

Boudin At The Wharf Reviews & Ratings

  • Wow! Who would’ve thought that a bakery would’ve been one of our families favorite stops in San Francisco? This place is awesome!! We especially enjoyed the second floor using our interviewing area where you can watch the bread being made. There was a lot of interactive displays upstairs, and free samples of the sourdough bread. The history of this place is unbelievable. Their product is amazing! Their store downstairs was a lot of fun, they make all kinds of designs with their bread - my kids really enjoyed seeing them. Tasty bread!! Definitely stopping here anytime we’re in town.

  • The mecca of San Francisco Sourdough bread. There is a cafe on the ground floor and bistro upstairs, serving lunch and dinner. Only a handful of options for vegetarians but are worth trying. The taste of a fresh sourdough is quite flavorful. For those who are interested in more than just taste, there is museum and bakery tour that provides glimpses of history of San Francisco Sourdough and how it is made today.

  • We loved our lunch here - clam chowder in bread bowls was so delicious. The bread was so good that we came back a few days later to share a loaf for breakfast. :) My daughter also really enjoyed watching the bakers create the different shaped loaves - she's still talking about the funny baker who cracked us up as he made turtle shaped breads!

  • I'll easily give this place 5 stars for the delicious bread. We won't go back to buying sourdough from anywhere else. The jalapeno and cheddar bun (loaf?) is amazing, just the right amount of heat. I won't take points off for it as we come here for the bread, but the soup is NOT good. There are lots of good clam chowder options in this area, don't order it from here.

  • The best sourdough that I've ever tasted. For over 40 years I've gone to fisherman's wharf for this sourdough. I will drive 20 miles out of my way for this bread. Nothing beats the bread fresh from this bakery. The grocery store is not the same tasting, still good, not the same. The lines were fast. Many many people to help move things along. The special is the way to go. A box of bread for $22. It is a must to experience in San Francisco, just like the golden gate or Alcatraz. This is what San Francisco is all about.

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